How Much do Gastroenterologists Make? 27 Statistics

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Here are 27 statistics on gastroenterology compensation, according to the Medscape Gastroenterology Report 2012.

Note: The figures represent the average of each statistic.

Overall compensation:
$200,000 to $249,999 — 14 percent
$300,000 to $39,999 — 13 percent
$100,000 or less — 13 percent
$250,000 to $299,999 — 12 percent
$350,000 to $399,999 — 8 percent
$400,000 to $449,999 — 8 percent

Compensation in 2011 vs. 2010:
Declined — 32 percent
The same — 39 percent
Increased — 28 percent

Gender earnings gap:
Male — $315,000
Female — $249,000
Males make 27 percent more than females

Geographical area:
Northwest — $372,000
Southeast — $329,000
Southwest — $311,000
Great Lakes/Northeast — $306,000
South Central — $300,000
West — $293,000
Mid-Atlantic — $278,000
North Central — $195,000

Employment setting:
Single-specialty group practice — $409,000
Healthcare organization — $344,000
Solo practice — $323,000
Multi-specialty group practice — $311,000
Hospital — $205,000
Academic — $176,000

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